17th February 2017
Re-Launching The Pixel Parlour
We’re excited to introduce our redesigned website, with expanded Knowledge Base, updated portfolio and featuring our new branding.
3rd January 2017
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) : Jargon Buster
Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project is an open source initiative that aims to help content publishers create more optimised mobile experiences.
1st January 2017
Switch to HTTPS with an SSL Certificate
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a method for connecting two end-points across the internet, typically a server and a website visitor’s browser.
8th February 2016
Content Delivery Network (CDN) : Jargon Buster
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) can help improve a website’s availability and performance by distributing the hosting of content across a whole network of servers.
8th October 2015
Design Style Tiles : Jargon Buster
Style Tiles sit somewhere between moodboards and full design concepts, bringing together ideas about typography, colour palette and user interface.
26th August 2015
Design Sign-off Explained
Design sign-off can play a useful part in web projects. It’s an opportunity to make sure that everyone moves into development with the same understanding of what is being created.
Great content is the heart of any successful website, but creating and managing that content can be tough. We share our tips for producing, testing and maintaining effective online content.
We lift the lid on our design process covering everything from branding development and Style Guides to accessibility and designing for touch.
Web development is becoming increasingly complex. We bust common jargon and explore the best practice essentials for developing fast, reliable and accessible Responsive websites.
Thinking strategically about how to manage and develop your site is one of the most transformative things you can do. We have a set of guides to help you do just that.
Understand the benefits of putting end users at the centre of your design thinking. Get our practical tips for adopting a more user-focused approach through research, prototyping and testing.